Every auto manufacturer that matters is pushing to bring autonomy to its vehicles in the next few years. Some are hoping to bring fully autonomous cars to the market by the end of the decade, while others are thinking more conservatively and have a somewhat longer timetable. Regardless, at some point in the next 10 to 15 years, there will probably be a car on the market that literally doesn’t have a steering wheel. To date, most of this autonomous technology has been coming from outside sources – think about Tesla and Mobileye, for instance. But, as the push for autonomous cars continues to increase, automakers are bringing more technology development in-house, which could eventually pose a problem for outside suppliers like Mobile Eye.